Name in different languages: Scientist: Diomedea melanophris Catalan: Albatross cellanegre Italian: Albatross sopracciglio nero French: Albatross sorucils noirs English: Black-browed Albatross German: Mollymauk Identification: Spread 213-246 cm. The albatrosses easily are clear by their enormous spread and its flight of planning on the waves. The ojeroso albatross can be confused with the Clororrinco and the Cabecigrs. The three have white or grayish head and neck and obispillo and parts white inferiors, contrasting with the back, tail and parts superiors of the wings of dark or sooty gray color. All have a dark mark near the eye, but in the ojeroso this one extends generally in the form of list, to traverse and behind the eye. The adult has pink yellow tip; surfaces inferiors of the white wings, with blackish, wide edges previous and close the later ones.

The unripe one has grayish head and neck (like many adults of Clororrinco and the majority of Cabecigrs), and dark tip or slightly of color ivory; but the part inferior of the wings has the very wide dark edges, with close white centers. Habitat: Rare Divagante, coming from the Seas of the South, towards the west, north and Central Europe; the relatively frequent appointments that appear lately in Scotland must to an isolated individual that spends the summer in colony of gannets. It lives in the austral oceans. Generally 60 S stays between the latitudes and 30 S. Although some have been registered in the coasts of Europe and the coasts of Kenya in Africa. It nests in Chile in Cape Horn, the Falklands and in the oceanic islands within its distribution. This one and other articles podes to find in Fauna. Original author and source of the article.